Chalk up all the fun you had, and add a few more week's merriment to round off the year of nightlife fun, because the newest club is opening up!
It's been a while, and it may be a while longer before Connie Champagne returns, but her subtle, witty and endearing portrayal of Judy Garland takes place to Oasis on December 15.
2018 was a rough year for almost everyone I know, even if there were hopeful moments sprinkled along the way. You might have noticed that we had an overwhelming number of success stories, too.
It's been 18 years since Aaron Lazar last passed through San Francisco on a Broadway tour. He's in 'Dear Evan Hansen' at the Curran through December 30, and has a solo engagement at Feinstein's at the Nikko on December 17.
Whether you're lighting candles, perching under mistletoe, or glugging eggnog, the holidays in all their forms approach. Cheer up or simmer down, but enjoy the festivities.
Get ready to leave the year behind as we head into the last month; get your Santa hats and holiday gear pressed and steamed.
Favorite venues and new discoveries await in this week's buffet of nightlife fun, with no leftovers!
Holidays approach, and with them, a buffet of nightlife appetizers, entrees, and desserts.
Autumnal attractions are alluring and artistic. Behold the bounty of beauty and beats.
October was cute, and it was sweet to end it with such gorgeous weather. My two monthly parties at Powerhouse have helped to raise great money for two organizations that I really care deeply about.
Nightlifery settles down post-Halloween with regular fun, some still with a unique edge.
Harvest the lovely array of nightlife opportunities, including some events that'll pounce early into Halloween themes.
Litquake's 19th annual festival runs from October 11 through 20 at venues all over the Bay Area. Along with readings galore, and the last-night Lit Crawl, several LGBTQ authors promise plenty of fun for wordsmith fans.